Twin Lakes Recovery Center
Quality, affordable treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
Twin Lakes provides quality, affordable treatment for adults struggling with substance use and co-occurring behavioral health disorders. We regard addiction as a disease and use a multi-disciplinary model to address problems affecting the body, mind and spirit. Twin Lakes has a continuum of care that includes detox, inpatient residential treatment services, and intensive outpatient programming. These levels of care provide clients and their families with the structure and support needed to begin to restore their lives.
We recognize that recovery encompasses improvements in self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, positive family interactions and vocational productivity.
Recovery also encompasses the establishment of realistic life goals and the development of a healthy lifestyle and support network. We empower clients in a variety of ways and encourage individual responsibility through social recovery. Addiction is a disease of isolation that is best overcome through a life lived and shared in community. The Twin Lakes community and clinicians help clients gain the tools necessary to create and maintain a healthy, supportive network beyond treatment.
Our clinical team consists of nurses, physicians, addiction counselors, licensed therapists and substance abuse techs who appreciate the complex issues associated with healing and respect every client’s confidentiality and privacy. Our team works closely with each client to develop an individual treatment plan, which becomes the guide for the treatment process. Through individual, group and family therapy we work with clients to help them uncover the core reasons for their use and build resiliency moving forward.
Our goal is to provide a positive, meaningful treatment experience, one that promotes lasting change. By delivering compassionate care and providing practical and proven recovery tools, we help those who turn to us begin to live life more fully and to become respected and useful members of their communities.